Mala (4) ‎– Bury Da Bwoy

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DMZ ‎– dmz:011
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Bury Da Bwoy
B Hunter

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Credits

  • Lacquer Cut By [Uncredited], Mastered By [Uncredited]Jason Goz
  • Producer [Built By]Mala (4)

Notes

Copyright 2007. Mastered at Transition.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): DMZ 011A TRANSITION-STUDIOS BV SS.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): DMZ 011 B TRANSITION-STUDIOS·COM BV SS.

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BaseMan-T

BaseMan-T

January 9, 2016
For those who always wondered where the "Bury da Bwoy" sample is from:

Killamanjaro Remembers Garnett Silk - The legendary Dubplate Compilation of Killamanjaro Garnett Dubs

Here the track where the sample is in: Garnett Silk - Pressure (Real Rock Riddim)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV6QtB9iEuk
Phigure

Phigure

May 23, 2015
always wondered what the sample on hunter is from, anyone know?
DJ_Spekt

DJ_Spekt

December 2, 2013

This record is my holy grail. Hunter is hands down my favorite DMZ tune ever. The percussion is so punchy and hypnotic. And that bassline!!! Bury Da Bwoy is sick as well, but Hunter takes the cake.
zaneofcawdor

zaneofcawdor

April 3, 2013
DMZ had maintained such a high standard up until number 10, almost every release did something fundamentally new and amazing. I wasn't quite so impressed with this one though.
Jason_Goz

Jason_Goz

September 20, 2012
Mastered by Jason@Transition Mastering
mijajo

mijajo

July 6, 2012

Proper dubstep from one of the creators of the genre.